Live In Paris originally appeared with a pair of unusual features. First, Inga Copeland did not put it out under her own name; she attributed the project to Lolina. Second, this was a video album—all the songs were strung together and accompanied footage from Paris. At the time, the press release suggested that the music would only be available in that form.
But if the evolution of The Life Of Pablo shows anything, it's that those sort of single-format rules are made to be broken. This week Copeland announced that Live In Paris will see a traditional release. The project will be available digitally and on CD next month; the vinyl version arrives in June. Revisit the movie above.